Pakistan Army wins International Drill Competition in the UK
Another feather in the cap: Pakistan Army clinches top spot in International Drill Competition called the Pace Sticking Competition in the United Kingdom.
- Pakistan Army clinches top spot in International Drill Competition.
- The competition was called Pace Sticking Competition and was held in the United Kingdom.
- The competition is held every year at Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK.
- This is Pakistan’s second consecutive win.
- A team of soldiers from Pakistan Military Academy, Kakul represented Pakistan Army at the said competition.
Making the nation proud once again, Pakistan Army clinched the first position in International Drill Competition. Pakistan Army team wins International Pace Sticking Competition 2019 held at Royal Military Academy (RMA), Sandhurst, United Kingdom.
A Pace Sticking team consists of 4 people each. One among them is the driver while other three are the pace stickers. The competition was held at the reputed and prestigious RMA this month.
This is Pakistan’s second consecutive win in the competition.Total 18 teams participated in the competition last year. Among them, 10 teams were from the UK, 4 teams belonged to Bahrain, two teams represented Oman and one team from Jordan and Pakistan each.
The winning moments:
ISPR released a statement on Thursday:
Pakistan Army’s media wing, Inter-Services Public Relations (ISPR) released a statement this Thursday. It announced that this is Pakistani team’s second consecutive win. Last year, it was the first time Pakistani team participated in the competition and still made its mark.
Pakistan Army won international military drill competition known as Pace Sticking Competition held today Royal Military Academy Sandhurst, UK. Pakistani team has been winner for consecutive 2 year.
In October 2018, an 11-member Pakistan Army team managed to win gold medal in Cambrian Patrol competition held in Wales. The team majorly consisted of brave soldiers of a battalion of Northern Light Infantry and hailed from Gilgit-Baltistan.
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